We flew into Paris, and then spent 2.5 days exploring the city. Our detailed analysis and photographs of wheelchair accessibility in Paris includes reviews of itineraries, tourist sites to see, and public transportation:
- Saint-Chapelle and Notre Dame
- Palais Garnier, Galeries Lafayette Haussman, Montmartre/Sacre-Coeur, and Moulin Rouge
- Day trip to Brussels
Note: We tried to schedule a taxi to visit Versailles, but the taxi never arrived to pick us up from the hotel (despite being booked in advance)–I think it was too far of a trip out of Paris. We will try again for Versailles next time, probably taking the multiple (but reliable) forms of public transportation to get there and back.
We ended our Parisian trip by taking a train from Paris down to Nice for the next leg of our journey. Overall, the result of our detailed analysis of wheelchair accessibility in Paris was that it was quite good and relatively easy to navigate.
I also found the following links to be helpful in planning our Parisian adventures: